Acer Aspire 7750g Owner's Thread

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  1. audi1909

    audi1909 Newbie

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    hi, today I was disassembled my acer and i found BT connector on MB. somebody try to use it?

    btw, Hi Everyone ;)
     
  2. NeoandGeo

    NeoandGeo Notebook Enthusiast

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    Everything seems to be working fine with the exception of the AMD GPU. I didn't have to install anything and my device manager was void of yellow exclamation marks. Pretty impressive. Overall running very smoothly. Can't wait for Leshcat to do AMDs job for them.
     
  3. captainkronos

    captainkronos Notebook Consultant

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    Anyone have an issue with the palm/wrist rest area? Sometimes when I'm typing or mousing around, it interferes by activating the touchpad, even though I'm not touching the touchpad, I'm just resting my hands/wrist with no extra pressure.. like I always have with every laptop ever.
     
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    popeye1128 Notebook Consultant

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    I just disable the touchpad with the Fn+F7 keys.
     
  5. captainkronos

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    That doesn't make it acceptable.. especially if I'm only using the touchpad
     
  6. captainkronos

    captainkronos Notebook Consultant

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    It happened again just now. While I was typing, it activated the touchpad & the page scrolled way down, so I couldn't see what I was typing. I mean, I know what I'm typing, but I'm tired & wanna make sure it's right!
     
  7. NeoandGeo

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    If you're not touching any part of the touchpad when it activates you have a defective laptop. Get it replaced. If you are actually barely touching with your palm there are settings in the touchpad drivers to make it less responsive on the outer edges.
     
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    It's already going back for a buzzing GPU & dust under the screen lol
     
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    I just had a laptop in work that was doing that without being touched and apparently it was drivers.
     
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    For anyone interested in upgrading from the i5 that came in this to an i7, you'll also need an Acer 120W power adapter that comes with those laptops. The 90W that comes with this laptop isn't enough and when the i7 hits turbo speeds it causes massive throttling and terrible performance. When disabling turbo and setting clock speeds it results in nearly the same performance during gaming as before the upgrade. Just swapped my i5 back in and tried overclocking the 6850M that this came with. OC'd the GPU and got a decent increase in framerates in CS:Source and CS:GO
     
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